[webkit-help] Diagnosing QuickTime Plugin
dw43031apple at karelia.com
Thu Jul 15 20:51:02 PDT 2010
Strange ... I know all about embed not strictly being in this doctype, but i've never seen this issue before except for on *this* site.....
I am suspecting that it is because the audio file is coming down so slow, that QuickTime doesn't recognize it as valid in a reasonable time.
On Jul 15, 2010, at 7:23 PM, Jeff Johnson wrote:
> Hi Dan.
> The error console in the web inspector is complaining about the embed element. It appears that embed is not a valid element for your doctype. If you get rid of all the XHTML declarations at the beginning, it seems to work.
> You can also see the problem if you use the W3C validator:
> On Jul 15, 2010, at 6:21 PM, Dan Wood wrote:
>> I'm having trouble with a webview not loading QuickTime properly. This problem also exhibits itself in Safari, but Firefox is OK!
>> Check out the embedded quicktime on this page http://thesnapblog.com/tunes-collection/all-day-hillsong-united.html (or many others in "the fusion collection" on that site) and note the tiny blue "Q" icon with question mark indicating the quicktime plugin having a problem.
>> The file it references is there, and playable if its URL is directly entered into the browser bar -- since Firefox plays it, that is perhaps obvious.
>> Any suggestions on how to diagnose why the QuickTime Plugin is having problems?
>> Dan Wood
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